Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

22 April

The geopolitical dimensions to smarting southern Africa’s cities (POSTPONED)

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • NIC826, NIAGARA, MALMÖ UNIVERSITY

Please note that this seminar has been postponed because of the Coronavirus pandemic.  Brown Bag Seminar Patience Mususa. The geopolitical dimensions to smarting southern Africa’s cities This seminar is part of the IUR Brown Bag Seminar Series so feel free to bring your lunch. Check out the full program. If you don’t have access to […]

6 May

Climate change related water security and sustainable communities: The case of Lilongwe peri urban areas, Malawi (POSTPONED)

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • NIC826, NIAGARA, MALMÖ UNIVERSITY

Please note that this seminar has been postponed because of the Coronavirus pandemic.  Brown Bag Seminar Isaac Tchuwa and Thoko Mtewa (Malawi University of Science and Technology). Climate change related water security and sustainable communities: The case of Lilongwe peri urban areas, Malawi This seminar is part of the IUR Brown Bag Seminar Series so feel free […]

20 May

Space and Place in School Geography in Sweden

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • NIC826, NIAGARA, MALMÖ UNIVERSITY

Brown Bag Seminar David Örbring. Space and Place in School Geography in Sweden This seminar is part of the IUR Brown Bag Seminar Series so feel free to bring your lunch. Check out the full program. If you don’t have access to the 8th floor, please contact the IUR (iur@mau.se) one day before and someone […]

3 June

The Urbanism of Exception? Investigating Panorama Tbilisi Mega-project

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • NIC826, NIAGARA, MALMÖ UNIVERSITY

Brown Bag Seminar David Gogishvili. The Urbanism of Exception? Investigating Panorama Tbilisi Mega-project This seminar is part of the IUR Brown Bag Seminar Series so feel free to bring your lunch. Check out the full program. If you don’t have access to the 8th floor, please contact the IUR (iur@mau.se) one day before and someone will […]

28 August

Workshop: Tales of a city

  • Malmö University

Theme of the workshop The tales of a city is a trope familiar from popular culture, but also from scholarship. Using the British city of Milton Keynes as example, anthropologist Ruth Finnegan (1998) has shown that the perceptions of cities and experiences of city-life is mediated through culturally circulated stories. However, the stories told about […]